Robot in Love Lesson Plan and Book Companion

Robot in Love Lesson Plan and Book Companion
Robot in Love Lesson Plan and Book Companion
Robot in Love Lesson Plan and Book Companion
Robot in Love Lesson Plan and Book Companion
Robot in Love Lesson Plan and Book Companion
Robot in Love Lesson Plan and Book Companion
Robot in Love Lesson Plan and Book Companion
Robot in Love Lesson Plan and Book Companion
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(6 MB|55 pages)
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Robot in Love by T.L. McBeth is perfect for Valentine's Day! Students will love this hilarious story of a robot in love. They will be laughing out loud when they find out who Robot runs away with!

Designed for first through third grade students, this comprehensive lesson plan is packed full of engaging opportunities for students to discuss story events and character actions. This download is loaded with options to customize for the perfect-fit lesson for your class. A wide variety of standards-based book companion activities can be done at a time that works best for your students!

Lesson Objective: Students will be able to use text evidence to describe the main character in Robot in Love.

Rigorous text dependent questions promote discussion, allowing students to analyze the text and infer from the illustrations to describe how they know Robot is in love. An anchor chart is included to collect evidence. At the end of the lesson, students will respond to the the following prompt independently: Using text evidence, explain how readers know Robot is in love. Several differentiated assessment options are included.

**Be sure to check out the preview of this lesson for a more in-depth look at what you’ll get with this 55-page download!**

For the lesson, teacher resources include: teacher guide with skill rationale/teacher language, lesson plan with stopping points, text-dependent questions (and scaffolding questions for each), expected student responses, post-its to print questions and place in book for easy reference during the lesson.

Other student resources included: large, printable form of the essential question, student friendly objective, and questions to post for visual learners.

There are tons of extras and extensions to be used after the lesson for more fun and learning!

  • 5 colorful vocabulary cards and 4 blank cards
  • Student vocabulary graphic organizer to infer meaning of words and provide context clues
  • Vocabulary activity options and photographs representing each word
  • Students sequence story events on post-its. This can be done independently or with partners. Just print one page of post-its per group. Students sort and stick on a sentence strip. Then, practice retelling the story in their own words.
  • For those who are ready, students retell the story through writing. They may use the boxes to sketch/label or plan their retelling with key words from the text. Then, students write their retelling on the lines.
  • Students sequence picture cards that display Robot’s changing feelings on a timeline. Then, students write what Robot thought about or said in each speech bubble, demonstrating their understanding of Robot’s changing feelings.
  • Students consider Robot’s “robot” qualities and “human” qualities based on his actions throughout story events. Students list examples on a t-chart.
  • Students think about Robot’s thoughts and actions to complete the character graphic organizer. Then, students name character traits that best describe Robot.
  • Students imagine Robot in a different setting (i.e. birthday party, school, etc.). Then, students write and illustrate what might happen in those new situations.
  • Students write their own robot story using a Robot Word Bank. Two differentiated versions are included.
  • Students respond to and illustrate a variety of responses in a Robot is in Love mini-book. There are eight quarter pages. If copied front to back, you will use 1 piece of paper per student. Just copy, cut, and staple!

Thank you for checking out this lesson plan! Please let me know if you have any questions before purchasing.

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Interpret words and phrases as they are used in a text, including determining technical, connotative, and figurative meanings, and analyze how specific word choices shape meaning or tone.
Analyze how and why individuals, events, and ideas develop and interact over the course of a text.
Determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze their development; summarize the key supporting details and ideas.
Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.
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